Luxury Tour of Northern Morocco in 5 Days | Luxury Morocco Tours  | Morocco imperial cities 

Take a luxurious trip in northern Morocco, where you’ll dive into the bustling market, relax within the beautifully furnished riad, and find out the charm of the royal city of the dominion. If this is often your first visit to Morocco, or if you’re curious about combining it slow here with other destinations, then this plan of action may be a good selection. you’ll travel through time and space, visiting ancient ruins, medieval ruins and contemporary hotspots.


    • Enjoy five-star accommodation in luxury hotels and riads

    • Pick up by your own private driver

    • Relax with a traditional spa experience in the hammam

    • Take a private guided tour of the iconic Fes Medina

Brief Itinerary

Day Highlights Overnight
Day 1 welcome to Casablanca & Transfer to Chefchaouen via Rabat Chefchaouen
Day 2 Chefchaouen to Fes  via Volubilis, Moulay Idriss, and Meknes Fes
Day 3 Fes – Exploring the Imperial City, old Medina & Hammam Fes
Day 4 Fes to Casablanca via Rabat Casablanca
Day 5 : Departure from Casablanca airport


Day 1 welcome to Casablanca & Transfer to Chefchaouen via Rabat

Your adventure in Morocco begins today. Your driver will pick you up from the Mohammed V airport in Casablanca, then you’ll go straight to Chefchaouen, the blue city popular on social media.

On the way, you’ll stop in Rabat, the capital of Morocco, which is that the hometown of the royalty. See the majestic Hassan Tower, the minaret of a 12th-century mosque, a noble architectural project that was eventually abandoned. All that continues to be today is that the red sandstone tower, which is 145 feet (44 m) high and has about 200 pillars. it had been originally a more extensive complex of buildings. After you stroll through the ruins, visit the Mausoleum of Mohammed V. you may see intricate tiles, mosaics and handicrafts during this land.

The lunch are settled by your driver’s suggestion. Consider tasting some super fresh seafood, which is simply cooked on the grill, amid the bold flavors of Moroccan traditions.

In the afternoon, you’ll meander into the middle of the Rif Mountains and gain the last stop: Chefchaouen. This small city could be a visual enjoyment of blue; walls, doors, windows, stairs, alleys and arches-everything could be a combination of sentimental sky blue and deeper, more vivid tones.

After checking in at your riad, you’ll explore the town at your own pace or simply relax. Outa elHammam is that the main square and therefore the place to observe the planet. Walking within the alleys, searching for the everyday life of the little town. There are great (and affordable) shopping places: think about handmade woolen clothing, woven blankets, cedar wood furniture and other handmade works. make sure to order a cup of Maqlouba (upside down) coffee and revel in it while watching local women fetch water and wash clothes within the nearby spring. Dinner resolves by itself.

Day 2 Chefchaouen to Fes  via Volubilis, Moulay Idriss, and Meknes

Enjoy your morning in Chefchaouen; if you’re inspired and awaken before dawn, you’ll get an exquisite sunrise from the Spanish Mosque, which is found high within the town. Or enjoy a lazy breakfast at a leisurely pace, and so explore the medina. you’ll also relax with a cup of fresh mint tea at Place Outa el-Hammam and watch the city’s vitality within the cafe.

Later within the morning, you’ll travel through the royal history of Morocco. you may first head south to Fez. On the way, you may stop to go to Volubilis, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with the best-preserved Roman ruins in Morocco. Wander through the massive complex of buildings and explore large commercial residences with visible heating systems, temples and lots of well-preserved mosaics. If you would like to find out more about the history here, you’ll hire your own private guide. Since you’re traveling with a personal driver, how long you’ll stay within the ruins and the other attractions you visit during the journey.

After that, you may still Moulay Idriss, which sounds like a sitting camel from a distance. Moulay Idriss was founded in 789 AD; because the first Islamic capital of Morocco, the town remains an area of continuous cultural significance. Take a glance at the unique round minaret here, which is that the only minaret of its kind in Morocco. Your driver will facilitate your find a good choice for lunch, but if you’ll be able to book prior to, you’ll enjoy a personal dining experience within the city’s most upscale restaurant.

Your next destination is that the prosperous the imperial city of Meknes, with smaller old part and friendlier shop-owner, which you will explore in larger cities. Your driver will take you thru the Ville Impériale (New Town) area, where you’ll be able to see gardens, palaces, the impressive Bab al-Mansour gate, Moulay Ismail Mausoleum and also the Royal palace. Many of those palaces were built with materials taken from Volubilis, so be careful for Roman columns hidden in unexpected places!

Today you may end your road trip in Fes, one amongst the four imperial cities in Morocco. After you check up on the luxurious Riad within the historic Medina, the remainder of the day is yours. The unforgettable medina, listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, may be a maze of winding lanes, closing along each side of a steep river valley, and is that the largest car-free city within the world.

If you’re lost in exploring the Medina by yourself, please concentrate as to if you’re walking uphill or downhill. Walking up Capitol Hill usually takes you to the sting of the medina, where it’s easier to seek out directions and take transportation.

Driving time: 5 hours

Day 3 Fes – Exploring the Imperial City, old Medina & Hammam

Replenish energy with a delicious breakfast, then meet with your private guide (a native of Fes) to explore the UNESCO-protected Medina. Your guide will share hidden stories and show you the secluded corners of this prosperous epicenter; learn about the details of daily life and the magnificence of religious schools and palaces. Once your appetite is open, ask your guide for lunch recommendations-there are many luxurious restaurants hidden behind the humble doorway.

Today, you will also have an in-depth understanding of traditions and crafts; you will visit tanneries and mosaic workshops, observe the traditional handicraft methods still used today, and establish contact with craftsmen at work.

Relaxation is the key word this afternoon. Return to your riad to relax, then visit the local hammam (traditional public bath) to enjoy some pampering and rejuvenation. Most Turkish baths offer a variety of services, including massages, baths, and a rich therapeutic menu using locally sourced argan oil products. Whatever you choose, you can start with traditional steaming, soaking and scrubbing. This is the perfect triple hammam.

Day 4 Fes to Casablanca via Rabat

Today you will leave Fez for Casablanca. On the way, you will return to Rabat and visit the charming outskirts of Saare.

As the political capital of Morocco, Rabat has a prosperous cooking scene. Although you will find delicious traditional Moroccan food on the city, head to the embassy area of ​​the new city to see the country’s great French and Italian cuisine.

In the afternoon, head to the nearby city of Saly, where you can visit the historic religious school, where you will find striking architecture and Moroccan crafts. Be sure to check out Bab Antare and Bab Mellah, the spectacular city walls and gates that separate the city.

In the evening, you will arrive in Casablanca, where you will have a night to explore and dine on your own.

Driving time: 3.5 hours

Day 5 : Departure from Casablanca

It’s time to say goodbye to Morocco. Depending on your departure flight time, you can take a last-minute sightseeing in Casablanca or enjoy tea in one of the traditional cafes. At that time, you will head to the Mohammed V International Airport in Casablanca for your flight and end our Morocco trip.



  • include Private tour
  • Daily breakfast Hotel accommodation and all transportation in Casablanca
  • Airport Full transportation with air-conditioning,
  • local guide in fes
  • gas and driver English speaking guide and driver Overnight in in fes rabat 
  • including breakfast 
  • Daily including breakfast, free time to explore scenic spots, take photos, etc.
  • Customized and flexible stops


  • Lunch
  • Travel insurance
  • Entrance tickets to monuments
  • Tips

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